Tabloids Kicking Brady While He’s Down, Insist Gisele Is Threatening To Divorce Him
September 2 / Jake O'Donnell / SportsGrid
Those "Brady insiders," lemme tell you. They seem to be all over the intimate details of his marriage with Gisele Bundchen but somehow can't pick up the scent of anything related to DeflateGate. Strange, right? Because you'd think that if someone was willing to go on record and relay a firsthand account that “things are very tense right now" and "this could be the end of them," they'd also have some dirt on Tom's nebulous role in the under-inflation of footballs.
Alas, the tabloids seem to only be able to get these "Brady insiders" to dish about his marital woes. Hmmmm, very suspicious. It's almost as if these quotes, god forbid, have been pulled directly from someone's ass. (Crazy thought, I know.)
“Tom’s become very nasty and irritable and started acting out on her,” says the source of the pair, who didn’t celebrate their summer birthdays together.
Their spats have become so heated that Bundchen recently consulted with a divorce lawyer, says a Brady insider. “Tom thinks it’s only a threat,” says the insider. “But this is definitely a rough patch.”
Still, says the first source, “Things are very tense right now. This could be the end of them.”
People Mag similarly reported last week that "there have been a lot of stresses in their marriage in the last year, especially during football season," adding that Tom has been "nasty and cold" throughout the appeal process. "Tom is singularly focused on his career and sometimes Gisele feels left out," a source said. "There have been arguments."
How come these "sources" seem to only know about stuff my aunt would want to read about in a trashy magazine-oh-wait-I-know-why-it's-because-they're-selling-bullshit-stories-to-my-aunt.
We suppose things will calm down and Tom will stop "acting out on her" once Judge Berman renders his decision on the veracity of the Wells Report and NFL's subsequent four-game suspension. (Unless he overturns the NFL's ruling, in which case we'll be back at square one.)